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Weekly podcasts on the natural world, curated by Atlantic Public Media, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy and the Public Radio Exchange.More from Nature Stories »

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Arctic Reimagined (produced by Chris Wodskou with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, what it means to be an Arctic nation in a time of climate change. Produced by Chris Wodskou with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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The Bilingual Sparrow (produced by Bradley Klein)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, producer Bradley Klein encounters an unusual sparrow in New York’s Central Park.

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Elephant Orphans (produced by Susan Shepherd for Living on Earth)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, an effort to save orphaned elephants in Nairobi, Kenya. Produced by Susan Shepherd for Living on Earth.

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Cheetah of the Sky (by Kellie Hudson with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, the resurgence of Peregrine Falcons in North America. Is it too early to celebrate? Produced by Kellie Hudson with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Virgin Forest (produced by Hillary Frank for Weekend America)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, producer Hillary Frank goes to Southhampton, Virginia to see tree hunter Byron Carmean’s biggest find yet. Produced by Hillary Frank for Weekend America.

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Ferocity You Can Touch (by Meredith Dellandrea with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, a Buddhist monastery three hours outside of Bangkok provides visitors the chance to interact with tigers. Produced by Meredith Dellandrea with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Richard Glenn: Inupiaq Geologist (by Robert Woolsey and Lisa Busch)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, Richard Glenn shares his views of the natural world as an Inupiaq Eskimo and a geologist. Produced by Robert Woolsey and Lisa Busch.

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The Well (produced by Dick Miller with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, producer Dick Miller takes us to Ethiopia where three quarters of the population doesn’t have access to clean drinking.

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Utah's Dark Triangle (produced by Ross Chambliss)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, fighting light pollution and preserving the darkness of the night sky in Utah. Produced by Ross Chambliss.

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Savoonga: Walrus Capital of The World (by Gretchen Parrish and Robert Woolsey)

This week on the Nature Stories Podcast, on an island in the Bering Sea scientists and Native hunters develop a joint management strategy for the walrus. Produced by Gretchen Parrish and Robert Woolsey.

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